Recent articles

Meaford's Sykes Street Development - the facts
A local business and downtown building owner's perspective on Sykes development
Already gone. What we've lost forever, and how it can happen again.
Cherished places worth fighting for
Pillars and Pediments Musings on the advantages of heritage preservation
Recipe for a livable community
What is heritage conservation? A brief overview
Why heritage preservation is good for business in Meaford




What Meaford is doing about heritage
Meaford's Official Plan and other important documents
Meaford heritage success stories





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Meaford's Architectural Heritage

Here are some of Meaford's historical buildings. If you'd like to submit a building for possible inclusion on this page, please click here.

See Meaford heritage on "Building Stories".


Cleland/Clarke House
This c. 1880 is the "jewel in the crown of the historic houses of Meaford," writes Ruth Cathcart in... more

Leith Church
A pre-confederation church, built in 1865 and designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. Also has adjacent... more

Meaford Fire Hall
"Built to the design of a local architect, James A. Ellis, in 1887, this fire hall represents one of... more

Meaford Hall
When Meaford's original Town Hall burned in 1907, it allowed Town leaders to envision a grander building,... more

Meaford Public Library
The Historical Memories of Meaford "A Walking Tour" calls this 1935 building an example of the Office... more

Stedmans V&S Department Store
This beautifully-restored post-1883 commercial building with apartments offers a fine, and tastefully... more
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